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Table 2 Odds ratios (OR) for sarcopenia and its components in normal, H. pylori (+), and CagA (+) groups

From: Detrimental relevance of Helicobacter pylori infection with sarcopenia

Normal Model 1 Model 2 Model 3 Model 4
Ref Ref Ref Ref
Sarcopenia
 H. pylori (+)§     
  OR 1.832 (1.578,2.128) 1.860 (1.577,2.194) 2.035 (1.685,2.459) 2.052 (1.697,2.481)
  P value  < 0.001  < 0.001  < 0.001  < 0.001
 CagA (+)     
  OR P value 1.389 (1.174,1.643) 1.433 (1.189,1.727) 1.563 (1.261,1.936) 1.585 (1.278,1.965)
  P value  < 0.001  < 0.001  < 0.001  < 0.001
Low gait speed (< 0.8 m/s)
 H. pylori (+)     
  OR 1.001 (0.862,1.152) 1.002 (0.862,1.165) 0.975 (0.838,1.135) 0.978 (0.840,1.138)
  P value 0.966 0.980 0.748 0.774
 CagA (+)     
  OR 1.014 (0.859,1.198) 1.099 (0.924,1.307) 1.082 (0.908,1.288) 1.082 (0.908,1.289)
  P value 0.869 0.288 0.379 0.378
Difficulty lifting 10 pounds
 H. pylori (+)     
  OR 1.195 (0.927,1.540) 1.184 0.917,1.527) 1.189 (0.921,1.536) 1.184 (0.916,1.530)
  P value 0.170 0.195 0.184 0.197
 CagA (+)     
  OR 1.021 (0.756,1.379) 1.012 (0.746,1.373) 1.010 (0.744,1.370) 0.998 (0.735,1.355)
  P value 0.890 0.938 0.949 0.990
  1. Model 1 = unadjusted
  2. Model 2 = Adjusted for age, gender, race
  3. Model 3 = Adjusted for age, gender, race, BMI, serum C-reactive protein, serum glucose
  4. Model 4 = Adjusted for age, gender, race, BMI, serum C-reactive protein, serum glucose, smoking, arthritis, asthma, diabetes mellitus
  5. Normal: without evidence of positive anti-H. pylori IgG or anti-CagA IgG
  6. §H. pylori (+): positive anti-H. pylori IgG in serum samples
  7. CagA (+): concurrent positive anti-cytotoxin-associated gene A IgG and positive anti-H. pylori IgG in serum samples